A BID to overturn approval for a Muslim school at Hoxton Park has failed.

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Liverpool council approves Malek Fahd Islamic School plans


June 30, 2009 12:00am

A BID to overturn approval for a Muslim school at Hoxton Park has failed.

More than 200 people crowded into Liverpool Council chambers last night – both supporters and opponents – to see if the the Malek Fahd Islamic School would be given approval.

Two council members lodged rescission motion but were defeated.

Liverpool Action Group president and Hoxton Park resident John Anderson told the Leader he was "disgusted" with the decision, reported the Liverpool Leader .

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